All Creatures Great And Small star Rachel Shenton wears a dress on ...

She got married to her long-term partner in a secret ceremony in 2018.

And it was bells once again for Oscar-winning star Rachel Shenton as she  shot a scene for the much anticipated reboot of All Creatures Great And Small on location in the Yorkshire Dales on Monday. 

The actress, 32, was wearing a dress as she got to work as Helen Alderson - later Mrs Herriot - in the Channel 5 six-part remake, in which she stars alongside Nicolas Ralph as the famous vet and Callum Woodhouse as Tristan Farnon.

Wedding bells: Oscar-winning star Rachel Shenton shot a scene for the much anticipated reboot of All Creatures Great And Small on location in the Yorkshire Dales on Monday

bells: Oscar-winning star Rachel Shenton shot a scene for the much anticipated reboot of All Creatures Great And Small on location in the Yorkshire Dales on Monday

The original All Creatures Great And Small ran from 1978-1990 and was based on vet and author James Herriot's memoirs.

In the original show, James Herriot was played by Christopher Timothy for all seven seasons, which aired for 90 episodes.

Rachel - who this time last year announced she had quietly married her former Hollyoaks co-star Chris Overton - sheltered in an old style car on location in the rural village.

With her curled locks wrapped securely in a veil the actress covered up her dainty dress in a coat between takes in Grassington near Skipton. 

Here comes the bride: The actress, 32, was wearing a wedding dress as she got to work as Helen Alderson - later Mrs Herriot - in the Channel 5 six-part remake

Here comes the bride: The actress, 32, was wearing a dress as she got to work as Helen Alderson - later Mrs Herriot - in the Channel 5 six-part remake

Blushing bride: With her curled locks wrapped securely in a veil, the actress covered up her dainty wedding dress in a coat between takes on set in Grassington near Skipton

 Blushing bride: With her curled locks wrapped securely in a veil, the actress covered up her dainty dress in a coat between takes on set in Grassington near Skipton

Rachel took to Instagram on Monday to share a snap of herself in hair and make-up with the caption: 'Penultimate day'.

In September, the Oscar-winner announced her casting in the series, which she was over the moon about.

Alongside a snap of a TV clapper board, she wrote: 'So excited that I can finally say I'm working on ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL for @masterpiecepbs...

It's Christmas again: Callum Woodhouse as Tristan (left) on set with former Coronation Street actress Mollie Winnard as Maggie and Nicholas Ralph as James Herriot

 It's Christmas again: Callum Woodhouse as Tristan (left) on set with former Coronation Street actress Mollie Winnard as Maggie and Nicholas Ralph as James Herriot

'I'm also excited that I can now freely spam your feed with pictures of various farm animals #dreamjob #imallabouttheanimals #1937 #yorkshire'

Helen and now-husband Chris have celebrated a mammoth few years in their professional and private lives.

They took home the Academy Award for Best Short Film (Live Action) for their production The Silent Child, before tying the knot later in 2018.

End of filming? Rachel took to Instagram on Monday to share a snap of herself in hair and make-up with the caption: 'Penultimate day'

End of filming? Rachel took to Instagram on Monday to share a snap of herself in hair and make-up with the caption: 'Penultimate day'

Helen was played by Carol Drinkwater (seasons one to three) and Lynda Bellingham (seasons four to seven) while Siegfried Farnon was played by Robert Hardy and Tristan Farnon by Peter Davison.

The series spun off from a film adaptation of the books in 1975, which starred Anthony Hopkins.

This is the second time the show has been revived; its original three-season run ran from 1978-1980 and 1988-1990 saw four more seasons follow.

It was announced this year that Channel 5 would be remaking it into a six-part series and will air later in 2020 to mark the 50th anniversary of Herriot's books, with a festive special at Christmas. 

Working with animals: The series which centres on a vet's life will feature many different animals bringing different challenges to the set - pictured Maggie holding a donkey

Period drama: The 1937 Christmas markets are featured in the special episode

Working with animals: The

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